12 posts • joined Friday 13th March 2009 17:56 GMT
All this BBC baiting...
All this BBC baiting puts El Reg on the same side of the coin as all of Murdoch's outlets and The Daily Mail.
A strange Ménage à trois. I think we'd know who be the submissive in that arrangement.
Tip for the subs
NB: There is a breed of cattle called 'Belgian Blue', nothing new in its genetics. The actual cow doesn't have to come from Belgium; similar to Charolais , Jersey or Friesian cows, its just the area when they originated.
Agri IT. Big business.
Cop almost hit the target
If she can't speak English, or Texan for that matter, then presumably she might not be able to read English. She might be at a loss for understanding traffic signs. Therefore, a danger to other road users etc etc.
But as the arresting officer was a thick as Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane, then fail.
The volume controls on the ear phones is one reason why I'll stick with my 2nd gen shuffle.
I use a FM transmitter and my old shuffle in car, and its perfect for the job. I can easily flick to the next track whist not distracted by a display.
No reason for me to upgrade then.
In general, this years crop of ipods reeks of fail.
"but those customers will be loyal to Apple, not Vodafone or Orange"
Erm. Two reasons why I didn't get the iphone before...
1. Vodafone is reception king in quite a lot of places in Ireland.
2. All of my family are on Vodafone, and with their PAYG where you can get free Vodafone-Vodafone calls and texts for topping up buy 20 euro a month, its a no brainer to stay. Other networks here might have similar or cheaper offers, but coupled with point 1, its a winner.
Apple might think that they are going to build customer loyalty, but you have to start getting customers to build loyalty. That's why they're breaking away from O2, because it has reached its sales limits. Anyone on O2 who wants an iphone has one. But for me, as ready explained, knowing that the iphone is there is welcome news.
Evil Steve, because he is.
Enough of this crap....
In the past, when crime journalism was to the fore of the tabloids and the broadsheets, (before it went all celeb shite) was it ok back then for them to pay bribes and give back handers to the cops?
Sometimes, you got to break the law to highlight the crime. It's called investigative journalism.
El Reg turning into Daily Mail with faux outrage and its petty battles with the Beeb. Please. You are embarrassing yourself.